On this episode of the Moran-Alytics Podcast presented by 26 Shirts, Patrick Moran has an interview with Buffalo Bills beat reporter, Matt Parrino from NYup.com on an extensive amount of Bills topics.

It’s Parrino’s third time on the Moran-Alytics Podcast, joining a small group of three-time guests that includes Tim Graham, Sal Capaccio, Mike Harrington, Jay Skurski, Joe Yerdon, Kris Baker and Eric Wood.

Today the two dive into the 4-1 Bills start, coming off their bye with an appealing matchup against a horrible  and quite possibly tanking Miami squad on Sunday.   Matt provides the latest updates and information on several players who’ve been banged up, including Devin Singletary, Taron Johnson, Tyler Croft, Ty Nsehke, Matt Milano and John Brown.

Parrino discusses the improved roster depth that’s helped deal with early season injuries and explains why he expects Croft to make his Bills debut on Sunday but thinks it may be the right to move to hold out Singletary for one more week, especially considering the opponent.

The guys also discuss what’s been an elite defense, the emergence of Tremaine Edmunds, leadership from Michah Hyde, the potential of Dawson Knox and of course an evaluation of Josh Allen among other subjects.

They also spend a few minutes talking about Parrino’s job and how it’s been smoother for him this year, compared to 2018 when he was hired just before the start of training camp.

You can follow Matt on Twitter @MattParino and of course check out NYup.com for Matt’s latest work.

After that Patrick debuts what’ll be a semi-recurring segment of “Podcast Polls,” where he puts up a series of related polls on Twitter and then discusses the categories and voting results on the podcast. This time the subject was “Best of 80’s music” and there were 12 separate categories folks on Twitter could vote for.  He explains the winners he did and didn’t agree with and laments a decision of who he likes better between Hall & Oates and Huey Lewis & The News.


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